Reynolds, J.; et al. (2019): Highly decentralized solar geoengineering
Reynolds, J.; Wagner, G. (2019): Highly decentralized solar geoengineering. In: Environmental Politics 4 (3), S. 1–17. DOI: 10.1080/09644016.2019.1648169.
"Nonstate actors appear to have increasing power, in part due to new technologies that alter actors’ capacities and incentives. Although solar geoengineering is typically conceived of as centralized and state-deployed, we explore highly decentralized solar geoengineering. Done perhaps through numerous small high-altitude balloons, it could be provided by nonstate actors such as environmentally motivated nongovernmental organizations or individuals."